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Meta’s annual tech conference ‘Meta Connect 2023’ is slated for September 27th and 28th. During this event, Meta will introduce exciting new products and potentially provide discounts on existing offerings. The highlight of the two-day extravaganza is the eagerly awaited Meta Quest 3 mixed-reality device.

Additionally, this year’s conference may emphasize the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) with both augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR), promising groundbreaking developments in these fields.

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Meta Connect 2023: Date and time

Meta Connect 2023 will be a two-day event, September 27 and 28. Mark Zuckerberg, Meta’s CEO, will kick off the event with his keynote at 10:30 PM PST, which translates to 11 AM IST on the following day for Indian viewers.

You can watch the live stream on Facebook and the Meta Horizon Worlds app if you prefer the VR experience with a Quest headset. However, please note that as this is a Meta event, it won’t be available on platforms like YouTube or X (formerly Twitter).

Meta Connect 2023: Expected announcements

The upcoming Meta event is anticipated to shine the spotlight on the Quest 3, a product that Meta has been teasing in recent months. Attendees can look forward to a comprehensive discussion about the headset, including its features and functionality. It’s possible that Meta will unveil the release date and pricing details for the Quest 3 during the keynote. Given that the Quest 3 is deeply integrated with Meta’s metaverse platforms, attendees can also expect insights into the company’s strategic direction with this technology.

Artificial intelligence will undoubtedly be a key topic of discussion, as it is currently a focal point for many companies. Mark Zuckerberg is expected to delve into generative AI, Meta’s own large language models (LLMs), and applications that make generative AI accessible to users.

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